How much for a set of plans??

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Guest, Aug 12, 2004.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Im looking at either purchasing a set of older plans mid 80s vintage, for a fiberglass sport fisher (36ft) or having a new set drawn up.

    Im hoping someone here can give me a rough idea of:

    1) how much old plans would be worth and
    2) how much roughly it would be to have a set drawn up.

    These plans are quite detailed and not just thrown togheter and are not boat kit type plans. They are production ready and a new set would also need to be of this level of design and detail.
     
  2. dereksireci
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    dereksireci Senior Member

    Hull only

    We had a lines plan with 3d cad hull model, preliminary weight study and hydrostatics for a 32' hull done by a well known American design firm.
    Cost: $25,000
     
  3. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    Anywhere from 3% to 20% of the completed craft.
     
  4. oceanmaster66
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    oceanmaster66 Junior Member

    If you would like to contact me via email we can discuss having a new set of plans drawn up for you. My email address is: oceanmaster66@yahoo.com
     

  5. Naval Architect

    We can deliver a proven or new design for a 32 to 38 ft vessel in the price range of 4% -5% of the cost of the vessel. You may contact us at pbhat11@rediffmail.com
     
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